|Setting:||Mid-size City Setting|
|Size:||Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)|
|Mascot:||Blue-Tic Coon Hound|
|On-Campus Housing Available:||Yes|
With nationally-recognized graduate programs, the University of Tennessee is regarded as Tennessee’s leading institution of research and educational advancement.
Located in the thriving city of Knoxville, UT’s graduate program in Engineering has been ranked ninth nationally by U.S. News and World Report. Its law school as well is highly lauded, having landed in the the 12th spot for national rankings.
Numerous other programs, including those at the undergraduate level, made it to the U.S. News list of best programs. Forbes Magazine also featured UT as one of America’s best colleges.
A research-intensive university, UT engages in research in a broad spectrum of fields, much of which has a significant impact nationally and even worldwide. The National Science Foundation, Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Battelle Memorial Institute are some of the organizations with which UT has partnered.
The distinguished research and scholarship at University of Tennessee is, of course, in great part determined by the academic success and ability of its students. UT, therefore, has extremely high standards for admission. The average entering class of approximately 3,700 freshmen has a core GPA of 3.79, with forty percent of them having a GPA of at least 4.0.
With close to 400 student organization, intramural sports, various student publications, and international study programs there is no end to the ways in which UT students can enhance their skills, knowledge, talents and social circles.
University of Tennessee is also well-known for its athletic programs, as the Volunteers have competed in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament and BCS Bowl Games in football. In fact, the Vols have the honor of being the first team to have won the BCS National Championship game in 1998.
Financial aid opportunities are available to those who qualify. Not only does UT supply loans, grants and work-study plans. UT also fellowships to graduate students and a HOPE scholarship many of its freshmen. Contact the University of Tennessee today for more information.
50% of students gave The University of Tennessee, Knoxville 5 stars overall.
UT is a big campus and some students might favor a college with smaller class sizes over that. I love the campus and the art and architecture building. The campus is undergoing a major renovation at the moment too. Game days are crazy and definitely worth the experience of going.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
527 Andy Holt Tower
Knoxville, TN 37996
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|Full-Time Undergrad Students||22,963|
|Total Students (Undergrads & Graduate Students)||33,096|
- Latino: 2%
- African American: 7%
- Caucasian: 82%
- Asian: 3%
- Unknown and Other: 5%
|Unknown and Other||5%|
Students State Origin:
- Tennessee: 74%
- Georgia: 1%
- Virginia: 1%
- Other: 24%
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